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Medical Imaging Equipment in Canada 2022: Trends, Challenges, and Opportunities

Aging medical imaging equipment is an ongoing concern in Canada. This issue briefing outlines recent trends impacting the issue and explores ways in which the country can tackle these challenges.

Issue Briefing | 24 pages | May 2022 | Nicola Waters, Zahra Ahmadvand | The Conference Board of Canada

Comprendre l’écart 2.0 : une analyse pancanadienne des régimes d’assurance-médicaments d’ordonnance

Cette publication en ligne porte sur l’assurance-médicaments d'ordonnance au Canada et sur l’écart entre les personnes couvertes et les personnes non couvertes.

Website | May 2022 | Isabelle Gagnon-Arpin | The Conference Board of Canada

Understanding the Gap 2.0: a Pan-Canadian Analysis of Prescription Drug Insurance Coverage

This online experience looks at prescription drug insurance in Canada and the gap between the insured and the uninsured.

Website | May 2022 | Isabelle Gagnon-Arpin | The Conference Board of Canada

Race Against Time: Call for a National Response to the Dementia Crisis

Alzheimer’s disease is a growing concern in Canada. Scientific progress is shedding more light on its pathology and opening doors to new treatments. Are Canada’s healthcare systems able to support access?

Summary for Executives | 2 pages | March 2022 | Isabella Moroz | The Conference Board of Canada

Une course contre la montre : Appel à une intervention nationale face à la crise provoquée par la démence

La maladie d'Alzheimer est une préoccupation croissante au Canada. Les progrès scientifiques éclairent davantage sa pathologie et ouvrent les portes à de nouveaux traitements. Les systèmes de santé du Canada sont-ils en mesure de soutenir l'accès?

Résumé pour les décideurs | 2 pages | March 2022 | Isabella Moroz | Le Conference Board du Canada

Race Against Time: Enabling Access to Alzheimer’s Treatments

Alzheimer’s disease is a growing concern in Canada. Scientific progress is shedding more light on its pathology and opening doors to new treatments. Are Canada’s healthcare systems able to support access?

Website | March 2022 | Isabella Moroz | The Conference Board of Canada

Une course contre la montre : Favoriser l’accès aux traitements contre la maladie d’Alzheimer

La maladie d’Alzheimer est un sujet de préoccupation grandissante au Canada. Les progrès scientifiques permettent de mieux comprendre sa pathologie et ouvrent la voie à de nouveaux traitements. Mais les systèmes de santé canadiens sont-ils en mesure d’en assurer l’accès?

Website | March 2022 | Isabella Moroz | Le Conference Board du Canada

Wellbeing by Design: Lessons From the Pandemic on Canadian Communities and the Built Environment

The current pandemic has provided many lessons on how the design of our built environment contributes to the resilience of communities, both during a crisis and at other times.

Impact paper | 22 pages | February 2022 | Antonio Gómez Palacio, Pauline Thimm, Roger Francis | The Conference Board of Canada

Tomorrow Can’t Wait: The Value of Breakthrough Cancer Treatments for Canadians

This briefing looks at potential life years and economic value gained from breakthrough cancer therapies. Gaps in patients’ access to these treatments means lost economic value and shorter lives.

Issue Briefing | 16 pages | February 2022 | Kiefer Van Mulligen, Isabella Moroz, Chad Leaver | The Conference Board of Canada

Demain ne peut attendre : La valeur des traitements novateurs contre le cancer pour les Canadiens

Ce rapport examine les années potentielles de vie et la valeur économique gagnées grâce aux traitements de pointe contre le cancer. Le fossé en matière d’accès des patients à ces traitements entraîne une perte de valeur économique et raccourcit la vie.

Exposé des enjeux | 17 pages | February 2022 | Kiefer Van Mulligen, Isabella Moroz, Chad Leaver | Le Conference Board du Canada

Il est encore temps : ouvrir la voie à une prise-en-charge de la démence au Canada fondée sur la valeur

La maladie d’Alzheimer est un sujet de préoccupation grandissante au Canada. Les progrès scientifiques permettent de mieux comprendre sa pathologie et ouvrent la voie à de nouveaux traitements. Mais les systèmes de santé canadiens sont-ils en mesure d’en assurer l’accès?

Document d’analyse | 45 pages | January 2022 | Isabella Moroz, Chad Leaver | Le Conference Board du Canada

There’s Still Time: Paving a Path for Value-Based Dementia Care in Canada

Alzheimer’s disease is a growing concern in Canada. Scientific progress is shedding more light on its pathology and opening doors to new treatments. Are Canada’s healthcare systems able to support access?

Impact Paper | 39 pages | January 2022 | Isabella Moroz, Chad Leaver | The Conference Board of Canada

Views From the Front Line: Taking the Pulse of Canada’s Healthcare Professionals

COVID-19 has had a huge impact on those at the front lines of healthcare. Here’s what Canadian clinicians want you to know about how it’s affected their work and well-being.

Summary for Executives | 2 pages | December 2021 | Nicola Waters, Chad Leaver | The Conference Board of Canada

Point de vue du personnel de première ligne : Prendre le pouls des professionnels de la santé du Canada

La COVID-19 a eu d’importantes répercussions pour les professionnels de la santé de première ligne. Voici ce dont les professionnels de la santé souhaitent faire part au sujet des répercussions de la pandémie sur leur travail et leur bien-être personnel.

Résumé pour les décideurs | 2 pages | December 2021 | Chad Leaver, Nicola Waters | Le Conference Board du Canada

Trouver l’équilibre : Initiative Équilibre en calories de l’Association canadienne des boissons

En 2014, l’Association canadienne des boissons a lancé l’initiative Équilibre en calories. L’objectif de cette initiative est de réduire (de 20 %) les calories provenant des boissons non alcoolisées consommées par personne au Canada d’ici 2025. Cet exposé des enjeux présente les progrès réalisés au cours de la période étudiée dans ce rapport, soit de 2014 à 2019, afin de déterminer si l’initiative est sur la bonne voie.

Exposé des enjeux | 21 pages | May 2021 | Swapna Nair | The Conference Board of Canada

Canada’s Secondary Health Crisis: A Call to Build on Health System Strengths and Value-Driven Investments

Canadian health leaders joined a roundtable discussion and examined ways to reform the health system to increase resiliency and address fragilities exposed by the COVID pandemic.

Issue Briefing | 15 pages | March 2021 | Isabella Moroz, Monika Slovinec D’Angelo | The Conference Board of Canada

A Blueprint for Optimizing Lung Cancer Care for Better Patient Outcomes

This impact paper examines the optimized approach for the diagnosis and molecular testing of lung cancer developed by the Quebec Heart and Lung Institute—the Institut universitaire de cardiologie et de pneumologie de Québec–Université Laval (IUCPQ-UL).

Impact paper | 25 pages | January 2021 | Isabella Moroz, Monika Slovinec D’Angelo | The Conference Board of Canada

Modelling the Burden of Cardiovascular Disease in Saudi Arabia

In this issue briefing, the authors discuss how different strategies are needed to counter the burden of cardiovascular disease in Saudi Arabia. Large-scale public health interventions are at the cornerstone of this effort.

Issue Briefing | 20 pages | January 2021 | Isabelle Gagnon-Arpin, Junyi Feng | The Conference Board of Canada

Modelling the Burden of Cardiovascular Disease in Mexico

In this issue briefing, the authors model the economic burden of cardiovascular disease in Mexico—the direct costs of delivering health care services and the indirect costs from productivity losses.

Issue Briefing | 19 pages | January 2021 | Junyi Feng, Isabelle Gagnon-Arpin | The Conference Board of Canada

Modelling the Burden of Cardiovascular Disease in Colombia

In this issue briefing, the authors model the economic burden of cardiovascular disease in Colombia—the direct costs of delivering health care services and the indirect costs from productivity losses.

Issue Briefing | 20 pages | January 2021 | Junyi Feng, Isabelle Gagnon-Arpin | The Conference Board of Canada

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